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crosscurrent

[′krȯs‚kər·ənt]
(fluid mechanics)
A current that flows across or opposite to another current.
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The locked-winches treatment had the highest standard deviation and was affected the most by heave, crabbing, and crosscurrent velocity.
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Wednesday (noon) Damien O'Kane, CrossCurrent member and banjo virtuoso; (1pm) Sophy Ball, fiddler and member of band 422 which is soon to release its third CD; (2pm) Yukhi Ohnogi, Japanese Celtic music performer in the tradition of whistle players Brian Finnegan and Mary Bergin.
This journal continues to reflect its roots which come from Crosscurrents (CC) and the Association for Religion and the Intellectual Life (ARIL).
In the midst of preparations for this issue of CrossCurrents, I found myself in Indonesia, working in partnership with the Decade to Overcome Violence, a peace initiative sponsored by the World Council of Churches.
With this new partnership, Crosscurrents will provide daily technical market updates and analysis on a wide spectrum of currencies and currency crosses on the COESfx trading platform.
Situated at the center of the various crosscurrents that have informed New York painting in the past decade and a half, Bleckner's oeuvre affords a particularly revealing vantage on the curious recent history of that art.
Navigating the crosscurrents of such a cultural sea can be a delicate thing.
CrossCurrents, which incorporated both club and modern dance moves, was performed by all the dancers.
After closing at its highest level in four years Tuesday, the market was trapped in a narrow range in the crosscurrents of buying of marine transport and precision instrument issues and selling of banks, securities and insurance issues.
Those elements make for both richer characterizations and deeper, Hitchcockian crosscurrents of guilt and suspense.
Joseph Cunneen was cofounder and longtime editor of the ecumenical quarterly CrossCurrents.